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    Posted: 17 May 2012 at 12:21pm
Hi there,
 
I have this XAML composition that works perfectly in Codejock MarkupPad
 
<Page xmlns='http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation' xmlns:x='http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml'>
  <ScrollViewer x:Name='scroll' TextBlock.FontSize="12" MaxHeight='60' VerticalScrollBarVisibility='Auto'>
<StackPanel>
<CheckBox Tag='tag1' IsChecked='true'>Option1</CheckBox>
<CheckBox Tag='tag2' IsChecked='true'>Option2</CheckBox>
<CheckBox Tag='tag3' IsChecked='true'>Option3</CheckBox>
<CheckBox Tag='tag9' IsChecked='true'>LastOption</CheckBox>
</StackPanel>
</ScrollViewer>
</Page>
 
My question is:
 
Is it possible to stablish an initial vertical scroll position different from 0, any way that works in MarkupPad as well?
 
I'm using that XAML code as cell text in a report control with Markup enabled. If is not possible to position the scroll directly through tags or porperties... how should I do that?
 
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Has anybody any idea or comments about this issue?
Am I asking something crazy?
Any site to look for a solution?
 
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The ScrollViewer object has a HorizontalOffset and VerticalOffset property, but these aren't recognized by the markup pad. I've submitted a support ticket, but I've got almost a dozen open tickets that haven't had responses in ages, so I wouldn't hold my breath.
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We have looked into the XAML specification and there is no property for the scroll offset in the markup. This would be an extension and we would like to keep compatiblity with the MS specification.  So we added a new MarkupUIElement property to the report record item and a scrollviewer sample to our ReportSample for the next release.
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